analysis of the central issues related to points made in the chapter and your opinion regarding points made in the chapter.
Below is the description, I couldn’t find anyway easier to include the chapter of the book so I did a Gyazo screenshot of the pages. The paper must be a minimum of 5 full pages in length and no longer than 6 pages in length. No more than two pages of the paper can be based on responding to the Learning objectives in the chapter. The rest of the paper should be based on information from non-textbook references related to information in the chapter. The paper must be single-spaced (not 1.15, which is the default setting for recent versions of Word) and printed using Times New Roman, size 12 font, with 1.25 inch margins on the side and 1 inch margins on the top and bottom (Office 2003 default in Margin settings in Page Layout on the Word header). Also, please do not use any space saving techniques such as adding extra space between paragraphs (the first sentence of each paragraph should be indented), using bulleted or numbered items, using sub-titles or footnotes, including diagrams or tables, or including your name/paper title at the top of any of the five – six pages. You will not receive full credit for a paper that has more than a few grammatical errors. Your grade on the paper will be reduced if you do not follow these technical requirements. In addition, you must attach a cover page that includes the Chapter title and your name (the cover page and reference page do not count toward the 5 page minimum requirement). You must use at least four references in addition to the Chapter that you are writing about and none of the references should be from other chapters in the textbook. In your paper, you should include your identification and analysis of the central issues related to points made in the chapter and your opinion regarding points made in the chapter. Please read the note regarding plagiarism in the class policies section of this syllabus. Your paper should be submitted to me as a Word attachment to either a Blackboard or email message. Information in the text of your paper must be properly cited. Do not include any footnotes at the bottom of any of the five – six pages of your analysis. In preparing the paper you should avoid using more than three direct quotes and no quote should be longer than two sentences.